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Ghosts being accessed

I have a form which uses interrupts when its datasource is modified.
When this form is opened and then closed, a ghosts seems to remain. When I
reopen the form, an interrupt to the first form is invoked causing havoc.
I added a public variable "WhichRun as integer" which I set sequentially to
higher values when I create the form. When the problem occurs I am in
WhichRun=1, even though I already checked that the variable was WhichRun=2 at
the loading event.
Hence my belief in ghosts.
Any suggestions?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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